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MLB Power Rankings: Rating the 25 Starting Pitchers of the AL Central

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MLB Power Rankings: Rating the 25 Starting Pitchers of the AL Central
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The American League Central Division is filled with very good starting pitchers.

Starting pitchers can obviously determine where a team goes in the postseason, or if they even go at all.

The Minnesota Twins are looking to three-peat, and they bring back the exact same rotation that they sported during the 2010 season, resigning everybody necessary to make a deep run.

The same can be said about the Chicago White Sox, who were the last AL Central team to win the title when they did so back in 2006.

The Detroit Tigers signed a few key pitchers and look to be in the hunt this season.

The Cleveland Indians are full of young and inexperienced starters who more than likely have something to prove this year.

The best starter of 2010 and years past, Zack Greinke, packed his bags and headed for Milwaukee, deserting and therefore depriving the Kansas City Royals and the AL Central of its' best ace.

I will take a look at all 25 of the starters for the 2011 season, give a short analysis on each, and rank them from first all the way to 25th.

I hope you enjoy and I would love some constructive feedback!

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